Agility Problem Behaviour Specialist & Mindset Coach Specialising in Competition Performance
Does your agility dog struggle with:
- Broken Start Lines
- Lack of Focus
- Trouble with Tunnel Skills
- Understanding Verbal Cues
- Lack of or Too Much Forward Drive
- Jumping up and Biting the Handler when Training or Running a Course
- Not Consistent Criteria on Equipment
- Behaves Differently in Training to a Competition
- High Arousal
- Lack of or Too Much Motivation
- Environment Struggles
- Confidence Struggles
- Noise anxiety
- Lack of Disengagement from Distractions
- Frustration Struggles (dog or handler!)
- Problems Training Certain Handling Skills
- Weave Training Struggles
- Maybe you as a handler would like to learn more about the many handling moves in agility, how to train them and how you, as 50% of the team, play a vital role in your dogs success!
Let me help you achieve the results you require!
If you are wanting to build a fantastic relationship with your dog, have fun and truly understand their needs, hit the button below:
I am a Grade 7 / Championship Handler with my focus being competition agility.
I currently compete in grade 7 with both my competing dogs and train with numerous well know agility trainers, meaning my practical skills are current and up to date. I have a broad knowledge of the practical agility skills as well as the behavior knowledge which underpins my coaching.
I specialise in Problematic Agility Behaviour and help handlers to understand all the ‘in-between’ bits of agility and why they may be experiencing problems. I also help handlers to prevent any problems before they arise with my puppy and young dog coaching.
Before my career in dog training I undertook many qualifications in psychology, this is where my passion lies for helping the human side of the team with their mindset and helping them to perform well when training and competing. I am also currently studying sports psychology.
As agility handlers, we are 50% of the team. It is our responsibility to help our dogs around the course. Did you know that dogs can smell our emotional state? This is why it is crucial that we work on both parts of the team, you and your dog, to make sure you are both 100% confident when you step out on that startline.
Problematic behaviour in agility is quite common and is often something that isn’t routinely covered in your standard agility training. When the dog doesn’t behave the way we expect or would like, this can often leave the handler feeling frustrated as it can really set their training back. There is little point training the agility skills if the dog has something emotionally going on, or if their focus isn’t on the handler as they simply will not be able to take in the learning as intended!
I help the handler to understand their individual dog, what is happening and why and then guide them back onto the path of success using kind, ethical training methods, however big or small their goal may be! By working with clients online I am not limited to who I can teach due to location.
I am experienced in working with a variety of breeds, temperaments and ages from puppies to older dogs. If you would like to know more about me click here.
Training Plan Action Call
It is sometimes difficult to know what to do next when we are training your agility dog! Let me help you with a tailored call where we discuss your training goals and and problems you may be facing.
Online Agility Coaching
Helping Handlers To Understand Their Dog’s Individual Needs, With Tailored One To One Coaching.
Not local but need that extra bit of guided help?
Maybe one of my online webinars or courses will give you the final bit of the jigsaw that is missing from your training:
Does your agility dog have all the pieces in place to achieve success?
I am a firm believer that all the pieces need to be in place when training or competing in agility, it isn’t just about the equipment! Join me in my new courses to supercharge your agility and unlock all the levels of success!